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WTC: Tipsy def. Berdych 7-5 7-6(8)

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Re: WTC: Tipsy proves that he owns Berdych, beats him for 5th time: 7-5 7-6(8)

Berdych was so bad it's not even funny. Didn't seem to be trying or anything too, no doubt mind is on Roland Garros.
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Re: WTC: Tipsy proves that he owns Berdych, beats him for 5th time: 7-5 7-6(8)

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Re: WTC: Tipsy proves that he owns Berdych, beats him for 5th time: 7-5 7-6(8)

How does Tipsarevic even own Berdych? H2H is only 5-3 now.
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Hell yesssss!!! Well done Janko.

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Berdych was so bad it's not even funny. Didn't seem to be trying or anything too, no doubt mind is on Roland Garros.
Of course he played bad otherwise he can't lose to a top 10 player.

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Of course he played bad otherwise he can't lose to a top 10 player.
Besides the second half of the second set Berdych couldn't hit a backhand down the line or even put a return back into play.
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Berdych was so bad it's not even funny. Didn't seem to be trying or anything too, no doubt mind is on Roland Garros.
That is not correct and real description of how they played today...Berdych played very solid match,Janko played better,espeacially on key points...Some points,when Janko defended-excellent quality of hitting,improvisation and counterattacks
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Re: WTC: Tipsy proves that he owns Berdych, beats him for 5th time: 7-5 7-6(8)

Janko . He really likes playing Berdych. Luckily he is not playing first in Roland Garros, so plenty of time to rest.
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Re: WTC: Tipsy proves that he owns Berdych, beats him for 5th time: 7-5 7-6(8)

The 7-5 set ruined everything, they should continue with TBs.
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Besides the second half of the second set Berdych couldn't hit a backhand down the line or even put a return back into play.
I agree that his ROS wasn't good today but overall he played ok. He wasn't great and wasn't really bad. The thing is that when these 2 play, the important points and maybe some luck here and there could decides who wins the match. Janko was better in most of the big points but also was a bit lucky (in the 1st set when Tomas got a set points and was close to win the point but linesman saved Janko). This match could have gone either way.

I just don't agree with you that Tomas was bad overall. Just one aspect of his game was bad which is his ROS. Everything else was solid. He could beat most players on the tour with this level but he lost because Janko played a good match.

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Re: WTC: Tipsy proves that he owns Berdych, beats him for 5th time: 7-5 7-6(8)

Too good Janko, too good
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Re: WTC: Tipsy proves that he owns Berdych, beats him for 5th time: 7-5 7-6(8)

Tomas losing to Fixarevic is the worst thing ever happened this week. That stupid, sore loser
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Re: WTC: Tipsy proves that he owns Berdych, beats him for 5th time: 7-5 7-6(8)

They are two players that go between being really clutch and a huge choker- no real shock that their matches all go like this, one way or the other

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They are two players that go between being really clutch and a huge choker- no real shock that their matches all go like this, one way or the other
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